Fujis CSD300 parallel spindle lathe

Fuji's CSD-300 parallel spindle lathe is designed for the quick and accurate turning of a variety of parts. The turret achieves speeds of 0.26 sec. / index, while the CSD-300’s dual 100mm spindles (A2-6) are equipped with 15 / 20 hp high output spindle motors. Robot alignment to spindle center line is achieved with the CSD-300’s 3-axis gantry robot control.

IMTS: A Twin-Spindle Lathe for High Performance Material Handling

Fuji's CSD-300 parallel spindle lathe brings maximum material handling from a compact, high-performance footprint.

Fuji will be presenting its new CSD-300 parallel spindle latheat IMTS 2012 in October. Designed to provide maximum material handling from a compact, high performance footprint, this twin-spindle lathe securely handles heavy parts ranging from 200mm x 100mm and 5kg + 5kg with a Fuji-engineered hydraulic clamping loader and 8” – 10” capacity workholding chucks. A hardened box way slide and a 2260mm width machine base allow for heavy cutting.

The CSD-300 is designed for the quick and accurate turning of a variety of parts. The turret achieves speeds of 0.26 sec. / index, while the CSD-300’s dual 100mm spindles (A2-6) are equipped with 15 / 20 hp high output spindle motors. Robot alignment to spindle center line is achieved with the CSD-300’s 3-axis gantry robot control.

Environmentally friendly, the CSD-300 boasts an energy-saving auto shut off LED light. User-friendly features include a rear (or optional side positioned) discharge chip conveyor, and maintenance items all conveniently located in one section on the machine.

These highly accurate machines employ built-in robotic automation, in-process auto gauging for quality control, and are engineered with the finest FUJI custom workholding, all from one source. This allows FUJI engineers to guarantee takt time, cycle time and CPK with turnkey and run-off solutions that are built for lean manufacturing.

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